"He among the sons of Aaron, that offereth the blood of the peace offerings, and the fat, shall have the right shoulder for his part."
I pondered on my right shoulder. How I use it to raise my right arm to the square when I swear an oath or sustain someone in their calling. I also use it to command someone to stop, identify myself in a crowd when called, or to ask a question in a class. I use this covenant hand to take the sacrament. I pondered on how my Savior sits at the right hand of God. There is power, significance and symbolism in that single act. Could this be why the right shoulder is given to the priests?